First purple dragon.
Luxius and Trinity's past.
Luxius and Trinity's past.
In the wyvern lands, Luxius was furious. VERY furious. He was having enourgh of this and really wanted to go and do stuff himself. Trinity had been sure about the Dragon Shredder, but that plan had failed as well. As much as it pained him, he could feel he had begun to doubt her, and he hated that, since he still cared alot for her. He would never have guessed a dragon hating wyvern king as him, would fall for a dragoness. He still remembered the day they first meet.
It was 12 years back. Things were like they were back then, except for a certain dragoness coming into the raging wyvern king's life. He had been sitting on his throne, fallen asleep of boreness, when the alarms suddenly started to sound and woke him up instantly.
"WHAT IS GOING ON HERE!?"
One of his guards entered the room.
"We have an intruder, your highness!"
"Intruder? Find it and bring him or her to me!"
The guard saluted, before heading out. The king got up and walked over to the windows.
"I wonder who would try to get into here. Dragons never tried, as they know well enough it will cost their life."
He was brought out of his thoughts and got extremely shocked when a figure banged into the window. It was a light blue dragon or dragoness, was hard to tell the gender. It slid down the window and landed on the ground before him, revealing itself to be a pretty female dragon. However, pretty or not, it was a dragoness and she would learn soon, that going into the wyvern lands was a bad idea.
As a lot of guards came in, Luxius ordered them to take the dragoness and bring her to his dungeons. The dragoness woke up as soon as she was taken, a scared look painted all over her face.
"W-w-where are you taking me?!"
She began to struggle, in a desperate attempt on getting free.
"Please! I don't wanna die!"
She screamed, a few sobs escaping. Luxius could not help, but rise an eye ridge. Dragons were usually brave and proud, but this female was scared and not showing any dignity at all. The way she acted, was kind of like a female wyvern. Luxius shook it out of his head and glared into the floor.
"No... She is a dragon and dragons are all the same."
Later, he decided to walk down to her and take a look at her. She was chained to the wall and was curled up in a ball, sobbing. Luxius could not help, but be confused by her scared nature. However, as the king of the wyverns, he showed know sympathy for dragons.
"Quit your sobbing, female. It won't help you."
"I can't help it... I am scared to death..."
"If that's true, then it was a very dumb idea of you to come here. You should know, how much I despise your kind."
"It is... a rather funny story... You see, I came here, because I like to work for you... I myself, am sick of the dragons... They ruined my childhood..." She sniffled and hid her face.
Luxius was rather surprised by what he was hearing, but didn't show and kept his cold expression.
"Is that so? Let me hear how."
The light blue dragoness nodded and began to talk.
"It all started back when I was only a little dragon hatchling. I lived alone with my twin sister and father, as my mother died shortly after laying our eggs. However, for some reason, my sister has always been my father's favorite. She was his little princess and I just a waste of gold. He gave her everything, but not me. It was until one day, on our 15 years old birthday, it said click for me. All the stuff she got, but I got nothing. I had enough, so I ran away. I tried to find a new home, but everyone rejected me, saying I was just a dirty little dragoness. It was then I finally saw dragons, for what they truly are. Cold and heartless. I left Warfang, only to return one day. I killed my father. I tried to slap some sense into my sister, to tell him he was not worth the tears she shed over him, but no use. She hated me, for killing him and we began to fight. Sadly for her, the long time I had been gone, I used it on training and I was about to kill her, until an old friend of ours saved her. After that, I came here and ended up talking to you."
Luxius shook his head after hearing her story.
"I can't say I am surprised. Dragons orphaned me. My mother was a wyvern and my father a dragon. They told my father he was a traitor, for falling for a wyvern. So they executed both my parents in front of me and cast me into excile, not caring that I was only a scared child, who just lost his parents. Dragons are cruel creatures, so what should make me think you are any different, just because your father was a jerk?"
"Because... I hate them too and I will do what I can to not be like them... I swear, your highness, I am being honest. It was why I came here in the first place. I want to serve you..."
Luxius eyes widened as he heard this. He stared down at the light blue dragoness, for a moment not knowing what to say.
"Are you really serious about this?"
The dragoness only replied with a nod. He looked down, clearly thinking. After a moment, he looked back at her.
"I really need to think about this. Until I have thourgh of something, you stay here."
He turned to some nearby guards.
"And you two better keep an eye on her."
The guards saluted and Luxius walked back upstairs, out of the dungeon. However, his head was filled with thourghs. He didn't know what to believe. He hated dragons and she was one of them, but judging from what she said, she didn't seam to lie. He could tell that. It was late and he decided to head to bed for the day being. He would decide what to do with the dragoness the next day. If he should believe her or have her killed. The large half wyvern laid down on his bed, as tall as he was and closed his eyes, slowly falling asleep.
As he dreamt, cruel memories of his childhood passed by, tears rolling while he was asleep. He woke up later, in the middle of the night and sighed. Once again, his parents' death were haunting him. He whipped his eyes dry and walked over to look out of the window. The small kingdom was so peaceful as the moon shinned down on it, not a single soul could be seen. It was then something hit him. The dragoness. He had totally forgot about her. He sat back down on his bed and began to think some more. He still wasn't sure if he should believe her or not. However, if she was true to her word, she could be important and the dragons might attack after all. It would just be a matter of time. He sighed and laid back down, deciding to save the matter for next morning.
The blue dragoness was sleeping when the large half dragon came down to her cage in the dungeon. She woke up as she heard the cage door open and looked up to see King Luxius looking down at her. He grabbed the chain that held her and to her surprise, he was pretty gentle when he leaded her. She did not say a word while she was. They soon stopped at what would be his throne room. He leaded over to the couch and let go of her.
"If you are true to your word, sit down on the couch. If you try to escape, you shall soon find out I am not like other wyverns around here."
The dragoness nodded and sat down on the couch as she was told to. As she did so, he walked up to his large throne and sat down.
"I still have a very hard time believing you want to help me, but what tempts me, is the fact that if you are speaking the truth, you will become pretty handy to us."
He then looked up and down her. He got to admit, she was a beauthy. This made him smirks he looked at her.
"Alright. I give you a chance."
The dragoness walked over and bowed before him.
"You won't regret it, your majesty."
"Oh, but as my new minion, I need to know your name."
She looked up at him with her bright blue eyes.
"It is Trinity, my lord."
His smirk widened further.
He then got up from his chair and stood before her.
"Alright. You can go for today. But, if I do find out that you are a spy for the dragons and are faking all of this, it will be instant death."
Trinity nodded and looked up at the large wyvern King.
"I promise that won't be necessary, my lord."
Luxius smirked, as he looked back down at her.
"Good. Now go and come back when you got some useful information for me."
With that said, Trinity flew of into the horizon, while Luxius looked after her. One of his generals stepped forward.
"Sir, with all of the respect, you sure this is a good idea?"
Luxius didn't look at him, but smirked.
"Yes. She will become very handy and if she tries to doublecross us, we will simply kill her."
He then looked down at the general.
"We are, after all, gonna give her a chance, not showing of our secret weapon as soon as she comes back."
He then looked back into horizon, Trinity now a dot, but he could not help to smile. There was something about her that he liked pretty much. Something that might make it hard for him, if he should kill her, in case she should prove herself as a traitor.
To be continued...